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Automotive Filter Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR Value of 4.3% During Forecast Period 2021-2031

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According to a recent Fact.MR analysis, the global Automotive Filter market will grow at a volume CAGR of 4.1 percent between 2017 and 2026. By the end of 2026, global sales of Automotive Filter for the manufacturing of vehicle filters are expected to reach around US$ 950 million.

Even in the most demanding operating situations, automotive filters must continually produce clean fluid and air. Filters serve a critical function in ensuring that the engine runs at peak performance. As a result, it’s critical to employ high-quality raw materials while making vehicle filters. For many years, polyurethane foams and other PU-based composite materials have served the role. For dust management, polyurethane netting filters are utilised in vehicle oil, fuel, and cabin air filters.

Automotive Filter Market: 3 Key Future Prospects

  • Asia-Pacific except Japan (APEJ) will continue to be the most attractive area for expanding the Automotive Filter market in terms of both value and volume, followed by Europe and North America. Automotive Filters is predicted to grow at the quickest rate in APEJ and North America through 2026. Demand for polyurethane for automobile filter manufacture is expected to fall significantly in Europe and North America throughout the projected period.
  • Engine filters are expected to capture a market share roughly double that of cabin air filters throughout the projected period, based on filter type. However, sales of polyurethane for cabin air filter manufacture are expected to grow at a far faster rate than sales of engine polyurethane.
  • Value sales of polyurethane-based automobile filters are predicted to grow the fastest for use in big commercial vehicles, according to vehicle type. In terms of revenue, however, passenger automobiles are anticipated to lead the industry.
  • To solve component spacing issues in modern automobiles, automotive filter manufacturers are working on reducing total filter density and volume. All types of automobiles, including construction trucks, commercial vehicles, and passenger vehicles, need automotive filters. Vehicle owners’ requirements differ depending on the type of vehicle and its intended use. Construction vehicles, for example, require heavy-duty filters that can resist the worst working conditions.

Stringency in Air Filter Standards Influencing Demand for Automotive Filter

Emerging-nation engine and component manufacturers are following the lead of developed-nation manufacturers in adding innovative and effective filters to lower the concentration of suspended air particles from automobiles.

Because of its open cell structure, polyurethane has emerged as a viable alternative, resulting in less shape alternation and better compression sets.

Because of its low drying temperatures, polyurethane is becoming more popular in vehicle filters than traditional alternatives.

Polyurethane can also be used to address the manufacturing focus on boosting longevity and lowering total costs.

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